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To win 2018, Dems can look to Howard Dean's 2006 playbook ... Democrats have to run candidates who fit the district they're running in. ... John Tester wouldn't win a Senate seat in New York, but he's a perfect fit for Montana. ... Democrats in West Virginia are just as valuable to the party and have just as ...
All of the 33 Senate incumbents up for reelection next year are running for ... Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia, but otherwise hold everything else, ... Several of these safe senators could be presidential candidates in 2020, ... Corker's first election in 2006, during the Democrats' last good midterm, ...
Hall was elected to the Senate in 2006 and was previously elected to six terms in ... serving the people of West Virginia in this new role," Hall said in a release. ... 3 during President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Huntington. ... The committee will meet with interested candidates and select three names to ...
In tiny Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, around 100 local Republicans recently ... the reason for the gathering: "Patrick Morrisey for U.S. Senate." It was the official kickoff for a campaign that has long been expected in West Virginia. ... trumpeted the NRA endorsement, it featured the candidate loading a rifle and ...
NV State Senate: Shady GOP antics are afoot in the Silver State. .... Republicans could attempt to do things like recruit great candidates, ... WV-Sen: In case there were still any doubts, West Virginia's Democratic Sen. ... uncharged and didn't seek re-election to the state Senate in 2006. .... First Campaign?

Cook moved Indiana, Missouri, and West Virginia from "lean D" to toss-up, and it ... "The GOP's recruiting strong candidates at this point, and the Democrats ... votes in Missouri than any other candidate on the ballot, including Trump. ... She barely cleared 50 percent of the vote during her first win, in 2006.
... from a different party than the presidential candidate who carried the seat.) ... On the Senate side, where redistricting isn't a factor, Democrats are a victim of their own successes. Democrats won six Republican seats in the 2006 election. ... Five of those 10 -- North Dakota, Missouri, Montana, West Virginia ...
The central illusion of a Presidential campaign is that a candidate can, through ... Sanders, who has represented Vermont in the Senate for the past decade, ... Sanders's first stop was in Morgantown, West Virginia; he had been in the .... Our Revolution, to support progressive candidates around the country, ...
Lou Barletta poised for Senate bid against Bob Casey ... Donald Trump, speaks to West Virginia's delegation during the 2016 Republican National Convention. ... more than $500,000 on hand in his campaign account at the end of June. ... Casey, from Scranton and first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006, ...
Miller first was elected to the West Virginia House in 2006, and her ... a Democrat, announced his campaign for the position Tuesday, and Tri-State Transit ... of the Democrat party nomination for the seat is West Virginia Sen.
Despite Trump Turmoil, Endangered Senate Dems on the Run ... Cook moved Indiana, Missouri, and West Virginia from "lean D" to toss-up, and it ... "The GOP's recruiting strong candidates at this point, and the Democrats are ... Rising, to support whichever Republican candidate emerges as the nominee.
Jim Justice announced Tuesday that state Sen. ... Hall, of Winfield, was elected to represent West Virginia's 4th Senatorial District in 2006. ... 15 days following the vacancy to submit a list of three qualified candidates to Justice, ...
Political predictions are a dangerous business, especially this year. But it does look as though one way or another, the U.S. Senate will vote to confirm the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. The open question is how much ...
Darryl Wiggins, or "Wig" as his buddies liked to call him growing up, was the kid who took the unconventional path at every turn - and for that, he's thankful.
By the early 1990s, Kislin had become a wealthy commodities trader and campaign fundraiser for Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who in 1996 appointed him to the New York City Economic Development corporation.
Today, the basic formula pays 50 percent of the costs in states like Colorado and Massachusetts, up to a 75 percent of the cost in states like Mississippi, and 72 percent in West Virginia. Currently, the federal government adjusts Medicaid payments ...

"The reported contact between operatives in the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence officials is exactly the kind of intrigue that our founders sought to prohibit.
Glittering steel, the Mercer film production company, then brought the book's findings to the screen, portraying Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to a mass audience as a captive of wealthy interests. The alliance continued with ...
Republican congressional leaders have refused Democrats' calls for a Special Prosecutor or select committee to investigate possible links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia, saying investigations by congressional committees are ...
The presidential campaigns spent 95 percent of their advertising budgets and a full 99 percent of their time visiting in the 14 battleground states, which included Colorado.
Democratic lawmakers and liberal interest groups are intensifying their pressure on senators to probe Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's views on campaign finance law during his confirmation hearings next week. "He does not come into this with the ...
The app lets job candidates and recruiters check each other out: Candidates can see how a company rates on diversity; recruiters can see a person's skills, education, and work history, but not his or her race, age, and gender.
Republican legislators in Kentucky and West Virginia seem to have a newfound respect for the federal government and its regulatory abilities.
Centering on four categories:?conservation and Outdoor Recreation, culture and the arts, education and Health and Human Serivces, the insurance agency sought help from the Shepherdstown Rotary on determining possible candidates to receive the ... Prior ...
You can try to overstate the dire shape the Democratic party is in, but it's not very easy. Since 2009, the party has lost control of the Senate, House, most governors' mansions, and the presidency. It is about to lose the Supreme Court for a ...
The report adds, from the decade spanning 2006 to September 2016, the industry exploded, ballooning 5,000 percent (no that is not a typo), from "508,000 MWh to just over 28,000,000 MWh" of electricity produced.
Perry won support from every Republican and 10 Democrats, including Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, as well as Angus King (I-Maine). The final confirmation vote ... Perry also helped ...
During his last turn as a voting member of the group in 2015, he persistently called for the FOMC to raise its benchmark fed funds rate, which had remained near zero since 2006. After many delays, the .... Why he is influential: Merrill heads a health ...
January 1998 - Ross pledges $2.25 million towards then-wife and Lt. Governor Betsy McCaughey Ross's campaign for Governor of New York.
Elected in 2006, Whitehouse is the ranking member of a Senate Judiciary subcommittee investigating Russia's role in the 2016 election.
Eight states (Alabama, Oregon, Wisconsin, Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Kentucky) are developing state fatality prevention plans with the support of technical assistance from the Three Branch Institute on Improving child Safety and ...
In 2010, he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of entering federal property under false pretenses after trying to tamper with the phones in Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu's office. He called that episode a "huge misunderstanding" and defended ...
She also served as an adviser to President Barack Obama's campaigns in 2008 and 2012. But Gerken said the ... Gerken, a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan Law school, taught at Harvard before joining the Yale faculty in 2006.
Colon is also working with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, lobbying Congress to prevent dangerous individuals from acquiring guns.
The question roiling the Democratic party is how much elected officials should oppose Trump - and according to Bernie alums, the answer is not nearly enough, even for their old boss.
Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, shown speaking on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, is among the Democrats up for re-election in 2018.
David Bejou, dean of the College of Business and Social sciences and tenured professor at West Virginia State University and former vice provost at Virginia State University.
Ellison is co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, the putative left-wing answer to the brinksmen of the Freedom Caucus on the right, and he was an early and fervent supporter of Sanders's Presidential campaign. ... Pete Buttigieg, the young ...
Earlier this month, thousands of people showed up at Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's home in Park Slope, demanding to know why he had voted for three of Trump's cabinet picks.
WeWillReplaceYou.org was formed by a group of progressive activists with backgrounds in the Bernie Sanders campaign, the environmental movement, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the DREAMer movement of young undocumented immigrants.
Aside from Trump and Tillerson, Netanyahu will meet Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Vice President Mike Pence during the Feb. 13-16 .... TALK OF THE TOWN: "Attorney looks to ...
In the 2016 election cycle, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin donated to only one Democratic Senate candidate. But it wasn't Sen. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, the only Democrat who voted to confirm him for the position Monday night and who is up ...
In the Senate, he voted against bills supportive of gay rights, and he voted against legislation authorizing programs that protect Domestic Violence survivors.
The Senate confirmed Steven Mnuchin as Treasury secretary in a vote Monday evening, adding the former Goldman Sachs executive to President Donald Trump's Cabinet.
During their 2006 campaigns, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and former Gov. Ted Strickland, both ... technology business in northeast Ohio created a "Tech Belt" with western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia. A recent "Trust Belt" movement by central U ...
1974 - Elaine Noble is the first openly gay candidate elected to a state office when she is elected to the Massachusetts State legislature.
"Almost Heaven; West Virginia" - Let's begin in the state where I currently reside. Popular U.S. Senator ... Well, all four states are fiercely and traditionally independent, so just because they picked a GOP candidate for the White House doesn't mean ...
Trailing right behind Rubio on the list of senators Trump nominees helped the most are Senate Republicans Rob Portman of Ohio ($392,400) and Joni Ernst of Iowa ($123,400).
Further investigation revealed Adams was highly critical of Trump during the campaign, writing an article in the Washington Examiner last September that strongly implied Trump was only running for president (assuming he would lose) because he wanted to ...


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